More than 1.2 million people have been infected and more than 11 million people worldwide have been killed.
Many people have died from the virus, which is the second deadliest on record after the SARS pandemic in 2001.
Dub Zero is a new documentary, set to air on the BBC World Service on Sunday.
It is the first documentary to explore the lives of Dubs and the wider Dub-world, as they grapple with the crisis, their own mortality and the impact of the pandemic.
The Dubs’ storyDub Zero will feature interviews with Dub-heads, Dub-friends and Dub-wannabes, and a look at the ways in which Dubs have come to live and work alongside their peers.
The documentary will look at how Dubs are coping with the coronvirus epidemic, how Dub-s have reacted to the pandemics and how they have survived.
It will also explore how the Dubs were created and how their work is being reflected in the wider music industry.
Dubs have made a number of popular music videos and spoken-word performances, including “Love Is Dead”, “I Love Dubs” and “The Dub”.
They have also appeared on television, film and music.
Dub-wanna DubsFacebook Twitter Pinterest ‘Love is dead’: The Dubs perform ‘Love Is Lost’ on the UK television series Dubs.
Dub’s life is ‘just a dream’: Dubs at the BBC’s “Love is Dead” programme.
Dub is a ‘dream’: Dub’s ‘Love Lost’ video.
The UK’s Channel 4 is airing the first of three episodes of the documentary, titled Dubs: The Dub Story, on Sunday, October 10.